Nestling in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, near heavenly beaches, Bobbins Cottage offers the perfect Welsh retreat.
Ideal space for the holiday chef and for get togethers in the kitchen.
Perfect for relaxing after a day exploring the spectacular local area.
Enjoy the elegance and sophistication of the 'twin' shower-room/bathroom. One door, two shower/bathrooms.
Take time out in the enchanting garden and heavenly woodland.
The hushed double room with comfy king-size bed.
The other half of the 'twin' shower/bathroom. A shower one side, bath and separate shower on the other.
Relax after a day's hiking in the heavenly jacuzzi bath.
Perfect for leisurely holiday meals or planning fun days.
Perfect for a picnic or a sunny breakfast. Star gaze from here on a clear summer's night.
All the holiday chef needs and more.
Choose your favourite movie and relax.
No wooden hill to climb, all the accommodation is on the ground floor.
Sweet single room for a perfect night's sleep.
Who doesn't love lazy, hazy holiday mornings.
Fabulous utility-room for walking boots, fishing rods etc
Pretty walk through the gardens following the stream (please supervise children).
Just up the road, magical Cenarth Falls.
Spot dolphins in the bay from heavenly Mwnt Beach.
Wonderful Aberystwyth, stroll along the promenade with an ice cream before exploring the majestic, old university town, which has an array of boutique shops and good eateries.
Discover the Welsh culture, history, heritage and castles. Cardigan is well worth a visit.
Near Bobbins Cottage is gorgeous Alltcafan Gorge, Follow the route along the former rail track through the Victorian tunnel. Just look at those glorious views.
Along the Cardiganshire coast are spectacular beaches. Discover Llangrannog,.
Throughout the year Bobbins Cottage is the perfect Welsh retreat.

Bobbins Cottage

5519

8 miles E of Cenarth / Sleeps 5 (no children under 5)

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Black Horse is a traditional village pub with plenty of parking and large sunny beer garden for al fresco dining in summer. Take a look at their facebook page for events and quiz nights throughout the year.

Nearest beach

Managed by the National Trust, Penbryn beach is a beautiful sandy beach, backed by sand dunes and cliffs. The beach is a short, steep walk away from the village where there is a shop, cafe and parking. Dog restrictions apply locally.

Nearest walk

Coed y Foel is a pretty woodland, managed by the Woodland Trust and offering a network of footpaths through broadleaf oak dominated woodland. A delightful place to visit year round, in spring bluebells carpet the floor which is a beauiful sight.

Nearest town

Surrounded by the verdant countryside of Carmarthenshire, Pentre-cwrt is a pretty village with two local pubs to choose from. The picturesque River Teifi runs through the village with a charming bridge.

Also nearby

Situated in the heart of the village, Plas Parke Inn is a welcoming pub, popular with both locals and visitors. There's an outside area for al fresco dining and warming real fire for cosy winters inside. Their opening hours are available on facebook.

From canoeing to climbing, coasteering to hill walking, there's a whole heap of activities to try here. Take a look at their website for a full list of things to enjoy and start planning your next adventure.

Perfectly situated on the banks of the river Teifi, Llandysul is a charming market town with a good selection of independent shops and cafes. Just a short drive away from the coast, this area is ideal for walkers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts.

Welcome to the National Wool Museum where hours can be spend learning the history of the Welsh woollen industry in the stunning Teifi valley. From fleece to fabric there is something for all the family here with a shop, gardens and cafe to explore.

Known for Cenarth Falls, a series of pretty waterfalls and pools along the river Teifi, Cenarth also has a Coracle museum, a 13th century flour mill, two traditional pubs and a tea room with gardens, perfect for afternoon tea.

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